On September 7, Stockholm will host the exhibition of equipment for the cryptocurrency industry within Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Stockholm. Visitors will be able to attend companies’ stands, see innovative software and hardware in operation, talk to developers and find partners for implementing new ideas. Exhibiting companies integrate the blockchain and cryptocurrency into various sectors.
Blockchain for payments and goods delivery
Dash is a cryptocurrency included into the world’s top 10 in terms if capitalization along with bitcoin and ether. It is focused on payment systems: a company offers safe decentralized solutions to pay for services using virtual money. Company representatives will tell the audience about their development called Dash Evolution, a unique user-friendly platform for decentralized payments.
Cointed, a new bitcoin exchange service (Austria) also participates in the exhibition. The company focuses on several areas: supply and maintenance of bitcoin ATMs, eco-friendly mining using hydropower and PayCo cryptocurrency payment system.
Swiss Ambrosus startup is a development based on a blockchain innovative application area. It is aimed at food supply using smart contracts: product and payment data are recorded, while a network of connected sensors monitors product quality on its way towards a shop counter.
Goldmint is one of the first platforms, which tokens will be backed by real gold. This startup, a project of Lot-Zoloto (buying up gold at the pawnbroker’s and reselling it), is going to emit a cryptocurrency backed by gold bullions. Company representatives are ready to tell all attendees coming to their stand about advantages of such tokens.
Blockchain in insurance
Insurance is considered to be one of the most prospective sectors for the blockchain. Rega Risk Sharing has developed an Ethereum-based platform for mutual insurance products. The project involves technologies that efficiently protect users from fraud.
The exhibition will present one more insurance software: Protectiq. Its customers can obtain insurance against deathful disease, which will be more profitable than using conventional services. The developers believe that Protectiq will become widely used in developing countries: they account for 2/3 of all oncology diseases across the world, but far from everyone can afford insurance.
The exhibition will also show a cloud healthcare information system based on the blockchain technology; user identification platforms; trading blockchain services and other innovative software solutions. Totally, around 20 companies will be engaged.
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Stockholm is an event of the major group, including Smile-Expo’s events in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, the Czech Republic, Sweden and other countries. It brings together those who are ready to earn on new technologies and integrate the latest technical solutions into their businesses.
Details about the event can be found on the website.